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I've got a job interview in a couple of days. Is it right I should feel so nervous about it?

Bit of background. I used to work in the hospital as a Carer/cleaner/Nurse/MAP bus/Palliative care/nurse. A lot of hats there really. I left because my back was fucked and the bulling from my co-workers and bosses were at an all time high.
I shouldn't have done it but I did.
And when you've worked 16 hours a day every day for a month calling it quits would seem like a good idea too.
Its been 3 years I came back to town and the only job I could get was as a part time receptionist at the Doctors office and my hours are way short.
So I have applied for the Ward Clerk job at the Nurses station of the very same hospital I used to work. It's the third time I had applied but first time for an interview for.
StormyLynn · 26-30, F
Any kind of interview is always nerve racking for me regardless of how qualified I am. I suspect that's the case for many people. I hope you land the the job! :)
Thevy29 · 36-40, M
[@553601,StormyLynn] Thanks
StormyLynn · 26-30, F
[@622125,Thevy29] Anytime :)
LucyFuhr · 51-55, F
Nerves are a natural human response; you got this though. Go out there and let them know why [b]you're[/b] the one they've been waiting for.

Wishing you the best!
Thevy29 · 36-40, M
[@8345,LucyFuhr] Thanks
SwampFlower · 26-30, F
Are you still certified to be a caregiver? Having someone hire you privately could be an option.
You're a licensed rn and can't find a job?
Thevy29 · 36-40, M
[@371164,SooperSarah] Enrolled Nurse Diploma level. One rung below an RN. The job market isn't what it once was, especially for a Nurse with a bad back.

 
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